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Something old
December 19, 2016
9:57 pm
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Here's a video from a few years ago. The quality is poor since my wife is shy and doesn't usually video me singing. And when she does she kind of hides behind people. This is in a weird spot on a ship I was on. It's a lounge with a bar to my left and the main dining room to my right with nice couches and cushy plush chairs out front with a sort of walkway between stage and seating. Strange set up. There is a piano behind me, but this is't he piano bar.
Sometimes a band plays in this area also.
The people walking in front of me are coming and going to the dining room for dinner. It's a strange setup. It's a bit uncomfortable at times because they seem to ignore you singing as they go by there but I get used to that. There is entertainment everywhere so people just go where they are going and pass through other areas. Laugh If you make the video full screen you get a better view. The sound isn't great.

The song is "Drown In My Own Tears" by Ray Charles.

"It's not how many notes you know. It's what you do with them."

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